Here are Swanepoel’s most powerful and influential people in real estate

Ron Peltier, the CEO of HomeServices of America is the most powerful and influential person in real estate according to sixth annual Swanepoel Power 200 (SP200), published by T3 Sixty. Peltier beat out other top executives from Keller Williams, RE/MAX,…

Redfin is expanding to Canada

Redfin will be expanding its brokerage services and listing database to Toronto and Vancouver by March, the Seattle-based low-fee brokerage announced on Monday.

NAR in talks with Google on broker links, postpones vote

The National Association of Realtors is in talks with Google to improve broker website rankings on the popular search engine.

Rise and fall: How much real estate CEOs lost in the stock market slide this week

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones stock index plummeted 800 points. Here are the publicly traded real estate CEOs who took the biggest hit.

Redfin hires new chief economist from Amazon

Redfin’s new chief economist, Daryl Fairweather, who comes to Redfin from Amazon, will oversee the tech-powered brokerage’s team of economists and data scientists who research and compile reports on the market, homeownership and the economic factors im…

How mergers, money and machines are reshaping real estate

The real estate industry is a space ripe for change and disruption — from the way homes are bought and sold, to how people are paying and who’s doing that buying and selling. With change happening at such a torrid pace, it’s often hard to keep up, so we at Inman have rounded up the five biggest trends that are shaping the industry right now.

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman: There’s too much money in real estate

Glenn Kelman, Redfin’s CEO and president took the helm of the real estate brokerage 13 years ago, this month. He talks to Inman about the ups and downs.

Inman Archive: Redfin (2018)

All our ongoing and archived coverage of national brokerage Redfin.

Exclusive Livestream: Redfin’s Race & Real Estate Symposium

Redfin is hosting a symposium on race and real estate in its Seattle office on Sept. 6, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. PST (3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST).

Who wins, loses if market slows?

For some, a housing market slowdown can be unforgiving. For others, it presents new opportunities.